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witness because they don't have a suspect description or even a vehicle used in the shooting. the sheriff's office is asking for the public's help in providing any details that might be helpful. >> police in san francisco are alerting residents in the south of market neighborhood about a registered sex offender who has moved into an apartment there. the he is 53-year-old david simons released after serving 24 months in prison. he has been convicted of sexual fences offenses going back to 1982. >> more than 5,000 people waited in the bitter cold to get a grocery bag of food. this is part of the grocery bag giveaway. amy hollyfield has more. >> the street had to be shut down to accommodate the people that were waiting for free bag of groceries. he has been doing this for 50 years. >> it was one block yesterday. >> the stories in the line vary. one man says it is his first time here and hopefully his last. >> i said i would do it. >> another veteran is on social security and 40% goes to his rent. >> i live on a real limited income. i just barely make it each month. >> workers say his story i
's mother and two uncles. investigators don't know what led to the shooting. they tracked him down using a cellphone signal. they exchanged fire. his two young daughters they found in his vehicle that had been shot. his son was also injured. >> the president and house speaker met to discuss the so-called fiscal cliff. they have until january 1st to extend the bush-era tax cuts. americans will see massive cuts to social spending. they didn't comment on the meeting today but other republicans are considering a raise in taxes for the wealthiest americans if it will help get a deal done. >> we have spun ourselves into a hole and we're not going to borrow money and get out of it. will i accept a tax increase as a part of a deal to actually solve our problems? yes. >> here is what cuts could come if a deal isn't made in time. military budget would be cut by $500 billion over ten years. schools could be cut. some ideas to avoid the cliff is eliminating the tax deduction for charitable contributions and not allowing homeowners to write off mortgaged payments. >> gas prices are dropping. national
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